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CIMMYT planning report: a look ahead 1980-86
The evolution of CIMMYT's programs has constantly been shaped by the accumulated experience of its staff and by continuing communication with agriculturists and planners in developing countries and international development ...
International agricultural research: the next 25 years. On the occasion of CIMMYT's 25th anniversary 1966-1991
On December 6, 1991, CIMMYT staff and distinguished guests gathered at EI Batan headquarters in Mexico to commemorate the 25th anniversary of CIMMYT's founding. Speakers, donor representatives, officials ofthe Mexican ...
Innovación para la seguridad alimentaria y nutricional
El CIMMYT trabaja con agricultores, colaboradores y donadores de los países del mundo en desarrollo. Utiliza ciencia, desarrollo y capacitación para aumentar de manera sostenible la productividad de los sistemas de maíz y ...
Innovation for food and nutritional security
CIMMYT review 1975
Maize; Wheat; Plant breeding; Genetic resources; Innovation adoption; Plant biotechnology; Seed production; Food security; Sustainability; Research policies; Economic analysis; Cropping systems; Agricultural research; ...
CIMMYT review 1977
Plant breeding; Genetic resources; Innovation adoption; Plant biotechnology; Seed production; Food security; Sustainability; Research policies; Economic analysis; Cropping systems; Agricultural research; Organization of ...
CIMMYT 1989 Annual report: Beyond subsistance -- New options for Asian farmers
The productivity of Asia's agriculture has increased dramatically during the past quarter century, enabling many of the region's poor to move beyond subsistence. For the region to move further along that path, while ...
CIMMYT review 1980
CIMMYT Review 1980 is intended to provide highlights of CIMMYT program activities during 1979 for the informed laymen. It is complemented by two technical annual reports (maize and wheat), more than a dozen international ...
CIMMYT in 1993: Helping the poor through innovative agricultural research
We begin our report with examples of innovative efforts to build better plants - new maize and wheat varieties with improved yield potential, greater efficiency in the use of scarce agricultural resources, and stronger ...
CIMMYT in 1992: Poverty, the environment, and population growth - The way forward
These problems affect virtually all developing countries, and through them, all humankind. CIMMYT's job is to produce new maize and wheat technologies that both increase agricultural productivity and project natural ...